The 5 Best Cayman Islands All Inclusive Resorts
Mention the Cayman Islands and sunny skies, Seven-Mile Beach and Stingray City may come to mind. But all-inclusive rates … well, not so much.
The island trio is known more for its sophisticated resorts and pricey gourmet restaurants than all-you-can-everything hotels. But truth is, if you know when and where to look (and we do), Cayman Islands all-inclusive resorts do exist.
In the slow season, even luxury properties like the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman and big names such as the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort and the newly refurbished Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa have been known to offer all-inclusive packages designed put “heads in beds.”
But if you just can’t wait until high season ends for a warm-weather break, we bring you the top five year-round Cayman Islands all inclusive resorts.
Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman If you’re planning to stay five nights or longer, take advantage of either of a pair of all-inclusive options at this “big island” resort on Grand Cayman’s tranquil East End, the largest “true” Cayman Islands all inclusive resort, set on one of the island’s best beaches.
Cayman Brac Beach Resort is so tiny (just 18 square-miles) Cayman Brac is a popular scuba destination, so divers in the know head to this 40-room beachfront, where all-inclusive packages that bundle meals, drinks and as many as 17 dives make a real splash and one of the top Cayman Islands all inclusive resorts. And yes, the name is new — this property recently rebranded itself (it was formerly the Brac Reef Resort).
Cobalt Coast Still a bit of a secret, this dive-centric hotel on Grand Cayman is a full-fledged all inclusive resort. The property, which first opened in 2000 includes three meals daily and drinks, from continental style evening meals to waterfront lunches. The best part? It’s just a short trip from Seven Mile Beach and there’s great shore diving access, making this one of the region’s best all-inclusive resorts for divers.
Little Cayman Beach Resort At this “Little” boutique on South Hole Sound divers (and the snorkelers who love them) get great big deals on seven-night packages that cover meals, round-trip airport transfers, daily dives and nightly drinks.
Pirates Point Resort Yes, on an island with less than 200 people there are two all inclusive options. Pirates Point’s package (a must for divers) includes three “gourmet meals” per day including wine, an open bar with unlimited drinks, two boat dives each day and use of tanks, weights and belts, along with other perks like unlimited use of bicycles and airport tranfers (you will get a kick out of Little Cayman’s miniscule airport!).